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Samsung S22 Ultra Features That Will Blow Your Mind

Samsung S22 Ultra Features That Will Blow Your Mind

Samsung S22 Ultra Features That Will Blow Your Mind

Phones in a flagship lineup have come to feel like variations on a theme. There’s the base model, the bigger base model, and then the biggest model with an extra camera and some other minor hardware upgrades. Features, screen size and cost all increase in increments as you go up the chain, but you’re more or less getting the same phone in three different flavors.

The recent launch of the flagship phone is the s22 of the Samsung S series which has already taken the world by storm because of the sleek design and an exceptional camera. It is no shock that Samsung launched the phone with better features as they had to top the standard set by Apple in their newly launched iPhone 13. It was kind of obvious that Samsung will launch a better phone to beat the competitors with the enhanced features and better camera. The newly launched Samsung s22 comes in three different variants which are called Galaxy s22, s22+, and s22 Ultra. The three phones differ from each other in features and sizes as s22 is the smallest of all. S22+ is bigger and has a better camera than s22. Similarly, s22 Ultra is the top-of-the-line variant which is the biggest and has many extra features which justify the price tag on the phone. The new Samsung phone varies from $799 to $1,299, s22 being the cheapest and s22 Ultra being the most expensive of them all. There are some features that Samsung introduced in their new phone that have taken the telecommunication world by storm.

Prominent features of Samsung s22

Some of the prominent features of Samsung s22 are discussed below.

Camera

The camera of the new Samsung flagship phone, the s22 Ultra, is the most prominent feature of the phone. Users demand better camera phones to keep up with the influencers on social media and to prove a point that they also have a better life by showing off pictures every now on then. The new Samsung s22+ and s22 Ultra have the same rear camera setup, including an ultra-wide 0.6x lens for broad views, a standard 1x lens with a bright aperture for low-light shots, and a 3x telephoto for portraits. The S22 Ultra adds a 10x optical lens to the mix, making it a bit more versatile for trips to the zoo, or in my case, to a local trail with birds, squirrels, and other suburban wildlife. It also offers 100x digital zoom, but image quality drops off quickly beyond the 10x optical setting. The sensors behind the main lenses are a differentiating factor, too. The S22 and S22+ use a 50MP sensor for capture, but the best results come from a pixel-binned 12MP mode. More pixels aren’t better here—the 50MP is fairly grainy, with ugly noise in shadows (and the molded plastic optics aren’t that high-res). The story is very much the same with the S22 Ultra; it swaps in a 108MP sensor, but also pixel bins output down to 12MP.

Samsung S pen

Samsung S pen was introduced in the previous model, s21 Ultra, but the performance was below average with no built-in silo for storage which was a major turn-off. The S22 Ultra includes full support and stylus storage — the real deal. Using the S Pen can be as simple as putting the digital pen to screen. Designed to feel like a real pen, the S Pen is great for note-taking, drawing, and navigating your phone. You can even use the S Pen as a remote for controlling your camera with gestures, for playing music and media, and for flipping through presentation slides. This feature allows Samsung to top the competitors because no other phone has better pen features than Samsung.

Hardware and Design

Different it may be there’s still plenty of common ground between the Ultra and its S22 and S22 Plus siblings. All three models include (in the US) Qualcomm’s latest, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, as well as IP68 weather sealing, and Gorilla Glass Victus Plus on the front and back. The Ultra and S22 Plus have OLED screens with higher 1,750 nits peak brightness, but all three have a top refresh rate of 120Hz. Only the Ultra uses an LTPO display, which allows the screen to change its refresh rate more than the other models, which in theory helps save battery life. It’s a huge, 6.8-inch 1440 x 3088 panel, so every bit of power-saving can make a big difference.

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